Campfire Building

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Contents

Campfire Rank Videos
Knife Skills
Ax and Saw Skills
Campfire Setup
Campfire Types
Campfire Starting
Campfire Safety


Resources

While the Boy Scout Handbook is your primary resource, the links below can help you learn Campfire Building. See the Disclaimers.

  BSA Video: The Skills Lessons are excellent but are large files that require Apple QuickTime.
  This symbol notes many other lesson videos.


Campfire Rank Videos

Shortcut:
Campfire Rank Videos

  BSA Video: Second Class Light a Fire and Stove (See notes.)
  BSA Video: Second Class Fires and Stoves



Knife Skills

Shortcut:
Knife Skills

  BSA Video: BSA Video: Second Class Knife, Saw, and Ax (See notes.)
  Videos: Cleaning a Knife - Sharpening a Knife - Pocket Knife Care - Sharpening Devices - Sharpening Safety - Sharpening Mistakes - Sharpening Edges & Goals

Ax and Saw Skills

Shortcut:
Ax and Saw Skills

  BSA Video: Video: Knife and Ax Safety - Knives, axes, and saws to take to the wilds


Campfire Setup

Shortcut:
Campfire Setup

  Video: Fire Site - Where to Build a Campfire - Types of Fires - Fire Pits - Build a Fire - Kindling -Picking Kindling - Wood - Arranging The FIre - Keep a Fire Going - Sparking a Fire - What Not to Burn - Put Out a Campfire


Campfire Types

Shortcut:
Campfire Types

  Video: Log Cabin Type Fire - Tee Pee - Speed Fire


Campfire Starting

Shortcut:
Campfire Starting

  BSA Video: Second Class Light a Fire and Stove (See notes.)
  Video: Video: Fire Starting - Flint & Steel - BlastMatch - Steel Wool - Fire Piston - Magnifying Glass

Campfire Safety

Shortcut:
Campfire Safety

  Video: Safety - Video: Dangers

See also


Related awards

Outdoor Skills Awards

Outdoor-related awards


Disclaimers

Disclaimer: This information is not intended as a substitute for professional advice, or formal training. Please note that the only materials recommended by the Boy Scouts of America are those found or listed in official BSA materials such as the current Boy Scout Handbook. Campfire Building recommendations are constantly being revised. Neither MeritBadge.Org, nor its contributors make any recommendations. See the Guide to Safe Scouting.

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